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Morgan, of Senni, who m. a dau. of Lewis Havard, of
Blaensenni ; and David who m. Marv, dau. of John Philip
John of Defynog, about the year 1570.
If. David.
The younger son,

David, of Maescar, m. Agnes, dau. of Howel Powel Morgan,
and had issue, two sons,

I. Philip David, who m. Catherine, dau. of Thomas Ddu ap
Gwilym Morgan, of Defynog. They were both buried in
the same grave at Defynog, 11 Jan. 1695; he aged 104,
she aged 100 years. They had, with other issue (see notes
by Hugh Thomas, the herald, in Harleian MSS., Biitibh
William Phi'ip, m. Gwenllian, dau. of lewis Morgan
Goch, and had a son, Philip of Maescar, who to. Alice,





dan. of Ecv. Hugh Penry, of Llwyncyntefn, Vicar of
Defyno? (and niece of James Howel, the author of
" Epittolas Ho-Elianse," Historiographer Eoyal to
Charles II. James Howe! d. 1666, and was buried in
the Temple church). Thoir son, William Philips, town
clerk of Krecon, bailiff of the borough of Brecon 1606-73,
and Mayor in 1688, m. Margaret, dau. of Thomas Penry,
of that town. Mr. Philips was an eminent scholar and
antiquarian, who by his care preserved the ancient
charters and other records from destruction. His friend,
Hugh Thomas, mentions him in bi:^ MS. essay towards
the" History of Brecknockshire, now in the Bodleian
library, as follows :—" the very learned Mr. William
Philips, the town clerk, whose great labours, were they
not buiicd in oblivion, but made public to the world,
would not only shew his great merit, but redound muoh
to the honour of the nobility of all Wales." His elder
son, William Philips, of Brecon, Ban ister-at-Law,
Recorder of Brecon, m. 1st, Anne, dau. of John Waters,
of that t'>wn, by whom he had one dau. ; 2ndly, Frances,
widow of Thomas Williams, of Talley, and dau. of Judge
Lloyd of Crickadarn. He d. 10 Jan. 1721, aged 58, and
was buried in the south transept of the Priory Church,
Brecon, where there is a marble tablet to his memory.
The arms carved on his tombstone are those of his ances-
tor, Brychan, which his family bore:— Sa.,a fesse colised
or, between two daggers arg., hilts and pommels or, that
in chief pointing upwards, that in base, downwards.
Anne, his only dau. and heiress, in. William Scourfield,
of the Mote, co. Pembroke ; she had large possessions in
Maescar, Defynog, Brecon, Llanfrynach, and Llanfi-
hangel Talyllyn, with the advowson of the latter. From
her is descended Sir Owen Philipps Scourfield, Bart, of
the Mote and WilUamston, co. Pembroke,


The younger son,

MoEGAN, m. a dau. of Eichard Llewelyn Prichard, of Llans-
pyddid, and had, with other issue,

Philip Morgan, who in. Agnes, dau. of Watkin Gwyn,
of Cefn-y-vedw (same as Gwynne of Buckland), and had
a son,

Morgan Philip, of Defynog, who m. Joan Llewelyn, and d.
1G76, leaving issue,

Philip Morgan, of Defynog, who m. a dau. of David Prees,
ofNeuadd; their son,

Thomas Philip Morgan, of Defynog, in. a dau. of — Watkins,
of Tal-y-bryn in Llansaintfraed, and has issue,

Philip Morgan, of Defynog, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas
William Morgan, of Ty Mawrand Carno, in Glyn Tarrell ; and
<Z. 21 Jan. 1815, aged 66. She rf. 8 Jan. 1831, aged 81. They are
DOth buried in Defynog churchyard. They left issue,

I. Thomas Morgan, D.D.. Clerk in Holy Orders, of North
End Lodge, Portsmouth, educated at Christ's Coll., Brecon,
and Jesus Coll., Oxford; rector of Llanfaches, co. Mon-
mouth; vicar of Talley, co. Carmarthen; at one time
chaplain in H.M. Dockyard, Portsmouth; he was chaplain
on board the "Mars" at the capture of the French ship
"Hercules." He was wounded in Lord Howe's great
victory on 1 June, 1794, for which action he received a
medal with two bars, and for that of 21 April, 1798. He
was J. P. for the cos. of Brecon, Monmouth, Carmarthen,
and Hants. He m. Sarah, dau. and co-heiress of John
Freeman, Esq., and d. 1851. They had issue,

Thomas Charles, Lieut. 4th Eegt. (King's Own), d. at
Secunderabad, 1844, in his 26th year.

Elizabeth, m. to Rev. David Morton, M.A., rector of
Harleston, co. Northampton, domestic chaplain to Earl

Anne, in. to Vice-Adrairal Woodford J. Williams (who
d. 19 Dec. 1892;, and had issue, oae dau. Annie Phila-
delphia. She d. 1877.

Philadelphia Sarah, to. to C. H. Binstead, Esq., and d.
1852, in her 3sth year.

Mary, m. to Kev. HarROod Eettesworth Snooke, M.A ,
incumbent of All Saints, Portsea, and d. 1880, having
had issue, Mary Elizabeth Hargood, and Rosa Morgan
Hargood, who have taken the name of Hargood in lieu
of that of Snoolse, in compliance with their paternal
grandfather's will.

II. David, of Defynog, d. 11 Jan. 1826, s. p.
ill. John.

IV. Watkin, M.A., Clerk in Holy Orders, m. Margaret, dau.
of D. W. Powell, of Abersenni (same as Powell of Cniig-
y-nos Castle). He is buried at Caldicot, co. Monmouth.
They had issue, Thomas, d. s. p. ; David Watkin, m. Mar-
garet, dau. of William Morgan, of Bolgoed and Grawen,
J. P. for cos. Brecknock and Glamorgan, and d.s.p. 29
March, 18a3 ; SeLina Elizabeth Harriet, d. unrn. 1861.
The 3rd son,

John Morgan, of Defynog, rti. Gwenllian, dau. of Howel
Powel, of Brjntwarch, and d. 30 Jan. 1837, aged 51 ; she d. 1
April, 18 i7, aged 57 (both buried at Defynog). They had

I. Philip Howel, of Defynog.

II. Howel, F.R.C.S., of Hengwrtucha, co. Merioneth, b. 24
April, 1821, J P. and D.L. for cos. Merioneth and Breck-
nock, and J. P. CO. Montgomery, High Sheriff co. Merioneth
1863 ; m. Anne, dau. and one of the co-heiresses of the
late Hugh Jones, of Hengwrtucha, and Plas Hen, co. Car-
narvon. (Her elder sister ni. Owen J. Ellis Nanney, of
Gwynfryn, co. Carnarvon, and her younger sister m. Rev.
Charles Owen) and d. s. p. at Cauvalat les Bains, France,

■^ 2 Oct. 1884, and was bur. in Hampstead Cemetery. She d.

III. David, educated at King's Coll., London, late Lieut.
H.M. Dockyard, Chatham.

IV. John, 6. 1826 ; educated at King's Coll., London,
Attorney-at-Law ; d. unm. at Milan, 3 Nov. 1888.

I. Elizabeth, d. unm. at Cauvalat les Bains, France, 24 Nov.

ti. Gwenllian.
The eldest son,

Eev. Philip Howel Morgan, M.A., of Defynog, 6. 27 Jaiu
1816, educated at Warminster School, and at Jesus Coll.
Oxford, of which he was a Scholar; incumbent of Bettws Pen-
pontChapelry, 1841-64; and of Battle, near Brecon, 1859-64;
rector of Llanhamlach, near Brecon, 1864; J. P. for cos.
Brecknock and Eadnor. He m. 24 April, 1851, at Tawstoct
Church, N. Devon, Margaret, younger dau. of the late William
Hughes, of Llanfaes, and the Pare, co. Brecon, and by her
(who d. 2 Feb. 1884, and was bur. at Penpont) had issue,

iltyd Philip Hughes, 6. 30 March, 1858, d. an infant, bur.

at Penpont.

Gwenllian Elizabeth Fannt, 6. at Defynog.
Edith Margaret, b. at Defynog, and bur. there. She d.

an infant, 3 June, 1854.
Ellen Maria, 6. at Aberclyn.

Eev. Philip H. Morgan d. at Defynog, 27 Oct. 1868, and was
buried in Penpont Churchyard.

Arms — Quarterly: 1st and 4th, sa., a chevron arg., between
three spears' heads, imbrued, for Morgan; 2nd, quarterly, 1st
and 4th, sa., a fesse cotised or, between two daggers, arg.,
liilted and pommelled of the second, that in chief pointing
upwards, that in base, downwards; 2nd and 3rd, or, three
rere-mice az., membered and beaked, gu., for Brtchan ; 3rd,
arg., a bull's head caboshed gu., between three mullets of the
same, for Havard.

Crest — A spear's head, imbrued.

Motto— Gv/eU angan na chy»\ilydd (Better death than dis-

Residcjice — Buckingham Place, Brecon, S. AValcs.


Moegan", John Thomas, Esq. of Nantcaerio, co.
Cardigan, J.P. and D.L., High SherifP 1890; b.
1842; m. 1869, Frances Hannah, dau. of Robert
Goddard Jones, Esq., and has had. issue,

I. John Herbert, d. 1S79.

I. Harriett Beatiice.

II. Gertrude Elizabeth.

III. Gwendolyn Frances.

liineage. — Thomas Morgan, Esq., d. 1810, leaving by
Catherine, his wife (who d. Is36), a son.

John Morgan, Esq, of Nantcaerio, who m. 1833, Elizabeth,
dau of John Evans, Esq. of Prohurst, co. Limerick, and by
her (who d. 1868) had issue,

John Thomas, now of Nantcaerio.
Mr. Morgan d. 1870.

Seat — Nantcaerio, Abcrystwith.


Morgan, Lewis Harold Gilbert, Esq. of Wool-
coombe, co. Somerset, and Marlborough Grange, co.
Glamorgan, Lieut. West Somerset Yeo. Cav. edu-
cated at Eton and Downing Coll. Cambridge, called to
the Bar at the Middle Temple, b. 9 May, 1854, m.
19 Nov. 1885, Mary, 3rd dau. of Cabel .Eoope, Esq.
of OiJorto, and has issue

I. Frederick Harold Lewis, 6. 29 Aug. 1887

II. Lewis, 6. 22 May, 1892.

III. Walter Bassett, 6. 21 July, 1893.
I. Alice Margaret, b. 1 July, 1886.

Lineagre.— Rev. Lewis Morgan, M.A., Oxon., of the
Grange, Llanbethian, Glamorganshire and Woolcombe House,
CO. Somerset, and Rector of St. Hilary, Cowbridge, the eon of





Evan Thomas Morgan, who d. 1858, and Ann, his wife, (m.
1824, d. 1866) ; b. 1826, m. 1853, Louisa Carherine, dau. of
Thomas Bassett, Esq. of Bouvilestone House, co. Glamorgan,
^nd d. 7 Jan. 1892, leaving issue,

I. Lewis Harold Gilbert, now of Woolcombe.

I. Alice Ilosalincl, b, 24 Aug. 1855.

II. Gwladys Lilian, b. Sept. 1871.

St'fif«— Woolcombc, Wellington, Somerset, and Marlhorough
'Grange, Cowbridge, Glamorganshire.


JIoHGAX, SiK MoBGAX, Knt. of HendrescYtban,
■CO. Glamorgan, b. 18 July, 1«43, «i. 18 Aug." 1874,
Elizabeth Margaret, dau. of James Bui-klej, Esq. of
Penyfai and Castle Crorfod, co Carmarthen. Sir
Morgan is the 2nd son of the late Morgan Morgan,
Esq. of Cilposte, co. Carmarthen, by Sarah liis wife,
dau. of John Hughes, Esq. of Cilposte and has three
brothers, of -whom one is CoL. Joiiis- Moegax, of
Bank, Brecon, J. P. and D.L., co. Brecon,
High Sheriff 188S, and six times Mayor of Brecon,
i. 18 March, 1846.

5ef(<— Hendresoyihan, Llandaff, co. Glamorgan.
iiesidcHce— Tatf House, Cathedral lioad, Cardiff.
CtuO — Junior Carlton.


Morice, Feancis, Esq. of SimngReld, co. Clare,
Secretary to Grand Jury co. Chire, 6. 1827 ; s. his
father 15 Jan. 1858 ; m'.30 Dec. 1SS4, Annie, eldest
dau. of Ricliard Dawson, Esq., J.P. of Bunratty, co.
dare, and has issue,

Francis William, b. 8 April, 1887.

Lineage. — This family claims descent from Grtffith ap
Ctnan, King of North Wales.

William JIoryce, Esq. (son and heir of John Moryce, Esq.
•of lloydon, Essex), beeome possessed of the castle and manor of
Chipping Ongar, Essex, in 1543. He m. Miss Isaake, of Kent,
iind d. 17 Jan. 1553-54, leaving issue, i. James Morice, Esq.,
M.P. for Colchester, Essex, who m. Elizabeth, dau. of George
Medley, Esq. and was father of Sir John Morice, Knt. of Ongar
(Jastlc, who took the name of Poytnz ; James, d. 2 Feb. 1596,
and his wife 29 Sept. 160.'i ; ii. Eev. Thomas Morice, Hector
«f Layer Marney, Essex, who w. 15 Dec. 1570, Margaret, dau.
of Oliver Lyrde, Esq. of Coventry, co. Warwick, and d. 1602,
leaving a son,

Thomas SIorice, Esq. of Woodford, Essex, (See Heralds'
Visitation, 163J), vi. Anne, dau. of Kalph Bayle, Esq. of Lon-
<lou, and had a son,

Thomas Moeice, Esq., M.P. for Haslemere, Surrey, 13
Charles II., lu. Anne Vaughan, relict of Evan Lloyd, Esq.,
.:ind d. 1675, leaving a son,

Thomas Mokice, Esq., Paymaster of the British forces in
Portugal. He m. Alice, dau. of Sir William Underhill, Knt.,
«f Adlicote, co. Warwick, and by her (who d. 1733; had issue,

I. William, his heir.

II. Thomas. iii. John.

I. Anne, m. John Frend, Esq. M.D.

II. May, m. Lieut. -Col. M. Cracherode, and d. 1784.

III. Lucy, VI. John King, Esq. M.D., and left a son.
Mr. Morice d. 1713. His eldest son,

William Moeice, Esq. of Kensington, Middlesex, «i. 1st,
1715, Mary, dau. of Francis Atterbury, Bishop of Kochester,
and by her (who d. 8 Nov. 1729) had issue, i. Francis, his
heir; i. Mary, d. 1803, aged 87 ; ii. Charlotte, d. 1795. He r,i.
2ndly, Anne, dau. of Capt. John Philpot, of Kent, and by her
<who d. 1743) had two sons,

William, D.D., Chaplain in Ordinary to George III., m.
Hannah, dau. of John Voyce, Esq. of Sudbury, Suffolk, and
had, with a dau. Mary, four sons, 1 William, 'b.D., F.A.S. ;
2 Burton; 3 John ; 4 Henry (liev.), w. Mary, dau. of Sir
John at. Aubyn, Bart, of Cornwall, and had issue, Henry,
d. 7 July, 1860 ; Mary, m. Eev. James Wood, and d. 17
Oct. 1880; Elizabeth, deceased: Fanny; Wilhelmina, m.
Eev. John T. Byng; Charlotte, m. Eev. Thomas EadcliEfe ;
and Sophia, deceased.
Thomas, d. 177*1. He was father of Major Thomas Henry
Morice, K.IL

.The eldest son,

Eev. Feancis Mobicb, D.D., Prebendary of Limerick, and

Rector of Tradaree, co. Clare, in. 14 June, 1764, Mary, dau. of
William Spaight, Esq. of Sixmilebridge, Barrister-at-Law, co.
Clare, and dying, 3 Oct. 1778, was s. by his only son,

Francis Morice, Esq. of Springfield, co. Clare, an ofBcer in
the Clare Eegt. of Militia, b. 1 Jan. 1774; m. 15 July, 1824,
Maria, dau. of Capt. William Spaight, of Corbally, and d.
15 Jan. 1858, leaving by her (who d. 5 March, 1866),
F'rancis, now of Springfield.

Millicent, m. Fitzgerald Blood, Esq. of Ballykilty, who d.
1S64, and had issue, John, b. 1849, ni. Is7«, Jane, dau. of
Thomas Studdert, Esq. of Ballyhannon, co. Clare, and has
issue, (Charles Fitzgerald, 6. 2 April, Itili) ; John F'rederick,
b. 10 Nov. 1880, d. 1 Dec. 1893 ; William Holcroft, b. 29
May, 1887); Joseph; Francis, d. 16 May, 1865; Fitzgerald;
Charles Holcroft ; Frederick William.
Charlotte, in. Marcus Going, M.D., and d. 21 Aug. 1857.
Maria, m. 16 Dec. 1884, Johu Hill, Esq., C.E., of Ennis, co.

Arms — Az., on a fesse or, between three boys' heads couped
at the shoulder affronte, each en\ ironed round the neck with
a snake ppr., a cock gu., beaked and legged or, between two
pheons of the third. Crest — Acock gu., beaked, combed, and
wattled or, environed round the neck with a snake ppr. Motto
— Dum spiro spero.

Seat — Springfield, Sixmilebridge, co. Clare.


MoRiN, JoHi<- Anthony, Esq. of Allanton, co.
Dumfries, J.P., b. 26 Nov. 1839 ; m. 1 Dec. 1868,
Eachael Amy, dau. of William Scott, M.D., Dum-
fries, and has issue,

I. John Francis Scott, b. 23 Oct. 1873.

I. Amy Mabel, b. 29 Jan. 1870.

II. Ethel Marion, b. 23 March, 1371.

Lineage. — Robert Morin, of Eirkbush, co. Dumfries,
obtained a charter of those lands from Mart, Queen of Scots.
His son,

David Morin became Superior of the lands of Bessiewalla,
Dempstertoun, and Killielago, co. Dumfries, 10 July, 1602, by
the renunciation of Homer Maxwell, Commissary of Dumfries
who had obtained for him the feu charter from the Crown.
His son and heir,

Robert Mobin, received by precipe sasino the lands of
Bishop F"orrest from Thomas, Earl Melrose (afterwards Earl of
Haddington), and d. 31 Nov. 1065, when he was «. by his

Robert Morin, who d. 1720, and was s. by

John Morin, of Swyre, who d. 1741, and was s. by his

John Morin, of Lagan, who d. 17S6, leaving a son,

John Morin, of CarzieUl, who purchased the estate of
Allanton. He was 6. 1773 ; m. 1800, Jane, dau. of David
Newall, Esq. of Dumfries; d. 1854, leaving by her (who was b.
1781, and d. 1870) a son,

John Mokin, Esq. of Allanton, 6. 1801; m. 10 June. 1835,
Anna Morrison (who d. 27 Jan. 1SS3), dau. of Anthony Tod
Thomson, M.D., F.R.C.S., and d. 12 Dec. 1871, leaving issue,

I. John Anthony, now of Allanton.

II. Henry David, b. 13 March, 1842 ; to. 26 Sept. 1866, Alice
Elizabeth, dau. of Col. Burton, E.M., and has issue,

1 Archibald Henry, b. 4 March, 1870.

1 Hilda Scott, b. 3 Aug. 1867.

2 Katlierine Alice, b. 6 Aug. 1869.

3 Maud Augusta Mary, b. 17 Sept. 1871.

4 Gertrude Anne, b. 14 March, 1876.

I. Jane Anna Newall, b. 4 April, 1836; m. 28 Nov. I86I,
James Shaw Hay, Esq., 89th Regt., 2nd son of Col. Thomas
Pasley Hay, and d. 21 May, 1873, leaving an only dau.,
Margaret Eleanor, b. 15 March, 1867.

II. Christina Lilias Byerley, b. 11 Aug. 1837; m. 1 July,
1862, Eev. Edward Davidson, and has issue, Herbert
Anthony, b. 19 Oct. 1871 ; Lilias Marion, 6. 26 Dec. 1863;
Amy Elizabeth, b. 18 Kay, 1865.

lit. Katherine Elizabeth, b. 8 Oct. 1843; d. 28 Dec. 1846.
IV. Mary, b. 3 June 1845; j;i. Robert Scott, eldest son Ot
William Scott, Sl.D., and d. 21 Apiil, 1871.
Seat — Allanton, Dunscore, co. Dumfries.


(See BEouN-MorasoN.)


MoEisoN, Lt.-Col. Eeedeeicz de Lamaeee,
of Mountblairy, co. Banff, J.P. and D.L., Com-





manding 2iicl Batt. Eoval Scots Lothian Rogt., h.
17 Not. lS-12; in. 1st 18G9, Janet Forbes, dau. of
Alexander Gordon, Esq. of Newton, J.P. and D.L.
CO. Aberdeen, by whom (who d.) he has issue,

I. Alexander Edward Fokbes, b. 1875.
I. Isabel Gordon.

Lt.-Col. Morison m 2ndlT, 1892, Elsie, dau. of the
late William Mair, Esq. of Furzehill, Berks.

Liinea^e. — Alexander Morison, of Bognie, we find to
have been a man of much influence in Strathbogie in 1640.
His issue were, George, and two daus., Barbara and Mary.
The son,

George Morison, of Bognie, registered arms in 1673 ;
m. 1680, Christian, dau. of Sir Alexander Urquhart, of
Cromarty, widow of Thomas, '2nd Lord Rutherford, who d.
1668, and of James, Viscount Frendraught, who d. 1677. In
consequence of this marriage and the death of Christian's only
child, William, Viscount Frendraught, the Frendraught estates
came into this family. They had issue,


Susan, who m. 1704, John Forbes, son of Sir William Forbes,

of Monymusk. He espoused the Jacobite cause, and d. in

Elizabeth, d. unm.

The son,

Theodore Morison, of Bognie, b. 1685 ; .«. his father, 1699 ;
m. 1718, Katherine, dau. and co-htir of Sir Charles Maitland,
of Pittrichie, co. Aberdeen, a branch of the Lauderdale family,
and by her, who d. 1743, left issue,

Alexander, his heir.

George, of Hadtlo, co. Aberdeen, Capt. 47th Eegt., m. Louisa,
dau. of Gen. James Abercromby, one of the Birkenbog

Jane, m. John Forbes, Leigh, of Whitehaugh, the represen-
tative of Forbes, of Tolquhoun.

The eldest son,

Alexander Morison, of Bognie, s. his father in June, 1766 ;
«t. Katherine, dau. of John Duff, Esq. of Cubben, co. Moray,
by Helen his wife, dau. of Sir James Gordon, of Park, by whom
he had issue,

I. Theodore, his heir.

II. John, heir to his brother.

III. George, d. s. p. in 1814.

IV. James, m. Anne Victoire, dau. of Baron de Lamarre, of
Kemiremont, in Lorraine, and by her had issue,

Alexander, of whom hereafter.

John, of whom hereafter.

De Lamarre, b. 1814; d. 1847.

Katherine, ra. John Forbes, of Boyndlic.

Mary, d. unm. lt-59.

Magdalen, m. John Shackleton, Esq., and d. 1853.

The eldest son,

Theodore Mortson, of Bognie, 6. 1750 ; s. his father 1801 ;
d. unm. 1834. He acquired the estate of Mountblairy from
General Hay, who, with his son, was killed at Waterloo.

John Morison, of Auchentoul, Cobairdy, and Drumblair, M.P.
for CO. Perth, s. his brother, Theodore (1834) in the estate of
Bognie and Mountblairy. He resided for many years in Russia.
He m. 1799, Jane, dau. of Alexander Fraser, of Strichen, and
aunt of Lord Lovat, and left one child,

Alexander Morison, of Bognie, a Barrister-at-Law, 6. 20
.Tan. 1802; m. 1830, Jessie, dau. of Gordon Duff, of Hatton, co.
Aberdeen, by Louisa, sister of the 7th Lord Duffus. He was
Vice-Lieut, for Banffshire, and d. s. p. 1874, and was g. by his

Alexander Morison, of Bognie, who served in the Indian
Army, b. 1810; m. 1839, Mary Catherine, his cousin, dau. of
Col. Keith Young, of Ascaravee, co. Forfar, but d. s. p. in 1879,
when he was s. by his brother,

John Morison, of Bognie and Frendraught, b. 1812; :n.
1840, Mary Jane, dau. of Thomas Weatherall, Esq. of Trin.
Coll. Camb., Barrister-at-Law, by whom he had issue,

pREDERicK, now of Mountblairy.

Alexander Theodore, served as a Lieut, in the 2nd Queen's

Royals, d. 1873.
Fanny Isabel, m. 1st, Capt. W. Low, 1st Royals, and 2ndly,

Major Tidinarsh, 33rd liegt.
Ada Henrietta Maria, in. A. St. Legcr, Esq.

Arms — Az., three Saracen's heads conjoined on one neck
arg., the uppermost face looking to the chief, affixed by a
wreath arg. and gu. to the other two, which turn to the dexter
and sinister. Crest — Two hands grasping a dagger. Motto —
Sunt tria haec unum.

&a(— Mountblairy House, Banff, N.B.


MoRLAND, "William Courtenay, Esq. of The
Court Lodge, Lamberhurst, Kent, M.A., J.P. for
COS. Kent and Sussex, and D.L., co. Kent, High
Sheriff for Sussex 1876, b. 13 March, 1818 ; m. 27
•June, 1843, Margaretta Eliza, 3rd dau. of the late
Q-en. Sir William Cator, K.C.B., R. A , and has issue,

I. Charles William, 6. 6 Feb. 1849, Major and Hon. Lieut.-
Col. 5th Kent R.V., late Ensign 71st Regt., J.P. for
Kent and Sussex ; m. 14 June, 1882, Ada Mary, 2nd dau.
of H. G. W. Sperling, Esq. of Edgeworth Manor, co.

II. Henry Courtenay, b. 21 March, 1855, Major 9th Lancers;
m. 30 Sept. 1884, Lady Alice Maud Nevill, 2nd dau. of
William, Marquess of Abergavenny, K.G., and has a dau.
Violet Alice, 6. 12 Nov. 1886.

^i. Caroline Margaretta Penelope, 6. 7 June, 1850; d. 13
March, 1851.

Iiineagre.— Edward Norland, of Morland, Westmorland,
d. leaving, with other issue, his eldest son, John Morland,
b. 1562. whose eldest son, William Morland, 6. 1590, m.
1620, Elizabeth Holme, and d. leaving his eldest son, John
Morland, of Millflat-in-Morland, Capt. in the Army, to.
Elizabeth Robinson, and d. 1682, leaving two sons,

Thomas, his heir.

Jacob, of Capplethwaite Hall, Westmorland, m. 1st, 1697,
Rebecca, dau. of Col. Henry Jowls Chancellor, of Mary-
land, and '2ndly, 1704, Anne, dau. and heir of Joseph Ward,
Esq. of Capplethwaite, by whom he left issue.

The elder son,

Thomas Morland, Esq., bapt. at Morland, 1649, m. and had
a son,

William Morland, Esq. of Morland, afterwards of The
Court Lodge, Lamberhurst, Kent, m. 26 May, 1724, ElJcn, 5th
dau. and co-heir (with her sisters, Jane, wife of Mr. Serjeant
Bootle, and Ann, wife of Richard Gildart, Esq., M.P.) of Sir
Thomas Johnson, Knt., M.P. for Liverpool, and d. 1774,
leaving (with three daus., Elizabeth, m. 17 April, 1749, Thomas
Hutton, Esq. of Gate Burton, co. Lincoln, and had issue j
Mary, m. 1st, 9 July, 1751, Robert Bagshaw, Esq., and 2ndly,
17 Dec. 1767, Richard Gildart, Esq., and had issue; and
Ellen, m. Francis Gildart, Esq., and d. t. j?, '30 Jan. 1779) a
son and heir,

Thomas Morland, Esq. of The Court Lodge, 6. 1734;
m. Anne, dau. and co-heir of William Matson, Esq. of Titeup-
in-Furness, co. Lancaster, and by her (who d. 1807) had

William Alexander, of The Court Lodge, m. Lydia Cathe-
rine, dau. and co-heir of Rev. James Marriott, LL.D., Rector
of Horsmonden, but d. s. p. 24 Dec. 1846.
Henry (Rev.), Rector of Horsmonden, m. Harriet Frances,
dau. and co-heir of Rev. James Marriott, LL.U.,,and d. s. p.
1821. His widow d. 1862.
Thomas, d. an infant.
Charles, of whom presently.

Anna Eleonora, m. Sir John Smith, Bart, of Sydling, Dorset,,
and d. s.p. 1817.
Mary, d. unm. 14 Nov. 1852.
Margaret, to. Thomas Austen, Esq. of Kippington, Kent,

Col. in the army, and d. s. p. IS'i.'i.
Eliza, m. Sir Charles Francis Farnaby, Bart., and d. s. p^
Mr. Morland d. 18 Jan. 1784. His 4th son,

Charles Morland, Esq. Col. in the army, Aide-de-Camp to
the King, 6. 1775 ; m. 5 Jan. 1812, Caroline Eustatia, dau. of
William, 8th Earl of Devon, and 2nd Viscount Courtenay, of
Powderham, and by her (who d. 6 March, 1851), left at his'
decease, 14 June, 1828, a dau. Caroline Ann (who d. unm
1841), and a son, the present William Cocrtenay Morland,
Esq. of The Court Lodge, Lamberhurst.

Arms — Az,, a griffin scgreant or, quartering Matson, Codb-
TKNAT, and Rivers. Crest — A falcon ppr.. belled or.
•Se(U — The Court Lodge, Lamberhurst, Kent.
CLub — Oxford and Cambridge.


MoELAND, Benjamin Henry, Esq. of Sheep-
stead, CO. Berks, J.P., b. 1842; m. 1890, Katha-
rine Mary, 2nd dau. of George Bowes Morland,
Esq. of Abingdon.

Lineage.— Benjamin Morland, Esq. of Sheepstead andi
West llsley, co. Berks (son of WUliam Morland, Esq. of West





Ilsley, who d. 19 June, 1773, by Susanna Bunce his wifp, who
d. Sept. 1798), 6. 16 March, 1768 ; m. 1st, Harriet Buster,
and hy her (who d. Jan. 1799) had a dau.,

Mary, m. Rev. W. Buckland, D.D., and had issue.
Mr. Morland, m. 2ndly, 14 June, 1802, Elizabeth Rose, dau. of

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